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Ross Buckmaster
Good to all God's creature's and that they are thing's, hoping that karma come's back around. There here, I guess.
Good to all God's creature's and that they are thing's, hoping that karma come's back around. There here, I guess.
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Gene circuits in live cells that perform complex analog/digital computations | KurzweilAI

'... Abstract of Synthetic mixed-signal computation in living cells

Living cells implement complex computations on the continuous environmental signals that they encounter. These computations involve both analogue- and digital-like processing of signals to give rise to complex developmental programs, context-dependent behaviours and homeostatic activities. In contrast to natural biological systems, synthetic biological systems have largely focused on either digital or analogue computation separately. Here we integrate analogue and digital computation to implement complex hybrid synthetic genetic programs in living cells. We present a framework for building comparator gene circuits to digitize analogue inputs based on different thresholds. We then demonstrate that comparators can be predictably composed together to build band-pass filters, ternary logic systems and multi-level analogue-to-digital converters. In addition, we interface these analogue-to-digital circuits with other digital gene circuits to enable concentration-dependent logic. We expect that this hybrid computational paradigm will enable new industrial, diagnostic and therapeutic applications with engineered cells.
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http://www.kurzweilai.net/gene-circuits-in-live-cells-that-perform-complex-analogdigital-computations

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I'm L21 atm
Meet the scientists: David Poznik is a geneticist at 23andMe. He’s working on a new algorithm to identify customers’ Y-chromosome haplogroups. Watch this space for future product updates stemming from David’s work: http://23me.co/iw98LO
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